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1:25. Cotton, Raw, of Domestic Production, Quantities

of, Exported to the principal and other foreign

countries, 1872 to 1881....

123

126. Cottons of Domestic Manufacture, Quantities and

Values of, Exported from the United States

1863 to 1881.

124

12. Wool, Raw, Quantities of, Produced, Imported,

Exported, and Retained for Consumption in

the Uuited States, 1862 to 1881

124

128. Cotton, Raw, Quantities of, Produced, Imported,

Exported, and Retained for Consumption in

the United States, 1859 to 1881

125

129. Pig Iron, Quantity of, Produced, Imported, Ex-

ported, and Retained for Consumption in the

United States, 1867 to 1881

126

130. Iron and Steel Railroad Bars, Quantity of, Pro-

duced, Imported, Exported, and Retained for

Consumption in the United States, 1867 to 1831. 126

131. Wheat, Quantities of, Produced, Imported, Ex-

ported, and Retained for Consumption in the

United States, 1867 to 1831

127

132. Indian Corn, Quantities of, Produced, Imported,

Exported, and Retained for Consumption in the

United States, 1867 to 1881

.. 127

133. Fermented Liquors, Quantities of, Produced, Im-

ported, Exported, and Retained for Consump-

tion in the United States, 1869 to 1881.... 128

134. Fermented Liquors and Distilled Spirits, Quantities

of, Produced, 1869 to 1831

129

135. Sugar, Molasses, and Rice, Quantities of, Produced

in Louisiana, 1850 to 1881

130

136. Sugar, Molas88, and Rice, Quantities of, Produced

in the United States, 1869 and 1879..

130

137. Immigrants of each nationality arrived in the

United States, 1872 to 1881..

131

138. Tonnage Entered at Seaports: American and For-

eign Sailing and Steam Vessels, 1864 to 1881.. 133

139. Tonnage Cleared at Seaports : American and For-

eign Sailing and Steam Vessels, 1864 to 1881... 134

140. Tonnage Entered at Seaports: Nationality of For-

eign and total of American Veseels, 1857 to

1881

... 135

141. Tonnage Cleared at Seaports : Nationality of For-

eign and total of American Vessels, 1857 to

1881 .....

... 136

142. Tonnage Entered at Seaports, by Customs Districts,

1853 to 1881...

137

143. Tonnage Cleared at Seaports, by Customs Districts,

1853 to 1881...

138

144. Tonnage Entered at Seaports, by Countries, 1857 to

1881..

... 139

145. Tonnage Cleared at Seaports, by Countries, 1856 to

1881.

... 141

146. Tonnage of the Merchant Marine of the United

States, Sailing Vessels and Steam Vessels, 1860

to 1881

... 143

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147. Tonnage of the Merchant Marine of the United

States Employed in the Foreign Trade; in the

Coastwise Trade; in the Whale Fisheries; and

in the Cod and Mackerel Fisheries, 1860 to 1881. 143

138

148. Vessels built, Class, number, and Tonnage of, in

SHIPPING–Contin-

to

144

the United States, 1838 to 1881 ...
ned.

150

149. Vessels built, Tonnage of, in the New England

States; on the entire seaboard; on the Missis-

sippi River and its Tributaries, and on the

Great Lakes, 1857 to 1881 ...

145

150. Vessels built, Tonnage of, Iron, Sailing, and Steam

Vessels, 1869 to 1881

145

AREA, POPULA-

151. Area, Population, 8c., of States and Territories ;

151

TION, &c., OF

152

STATES AND

date of organization of Territories; date of ad-

TERRITORIES,

mission of States, &c., 1880

146

PUBLIC LANDS. 152. Public Land, Sold, Located, &c., 1871 to 1881.... 148

153 POSTAL SERVICE. 153. Postal Service of the United States, 1837 to 1881.. 149

S 154. Population of the United States at each decennial

155

POPULATION.

Census, 1800 to 1880....

150

| 155. Public Schools of the United States : School popula-

tion, teachers, funds, &c., 1871 to 1880........ 153

156. Public Schools : School population, attendance,

&c., in the several States and Territories of the

United States, 1880

.... 155

157. Public Schools: Expenditures for the public schools

155

in the several States and Territories of the

to EDUCATION.

United States, 1880...

156

160

158. Universities and Colleges in the several States and

Territories of the United States, 1880 ..

157

159. Universities and Colleges in the United States, 1871

to 1880

158

160. Theological Seminaries in the United States, by

denominations, 1880

158

161. Railroads, Mileage of, in operation and constructed

each year, 1830 to 1880.

159

RAILROADS. 162. Railroads, Mileage of, in each State and Group of

States, 1865, 1870, 1875, 1877, 1878, 1879, and

1880...

159

163. The Cereal Crops: Estimated Annual Product,

Acreage, Total Value, Value per Bushel, Yield

per Acre, and Valne per Acre of, distinguish-

ing Corn, Wheat, Rye, Oats, Barley, and Buck-

wheat produced in the United States, 1871 to

1880...

161

163

to AGRICULTURE. 164. The Potato Crop: Estimated Annual Product,

166

Acreage, and Value of, 1871 to 1880....

163

165. The Hay Crop: Estimated Annual Product, Acre-

age, and Value of, 1871 to 1880 ...

164

166. The Tobacco Crop: Estimated Annual Product of,

1871 to 1881...

164

167

COAL.

167. Coal, Quantity of, produced in each State and

Territory, 1869, 1876 to 1881 ...

165)

LETTER

FROM

THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY,

TRANSMITTING

The fourth number of the Statistical Abstract of the United States.

JANUARY 26, 1882.-Referred to the Committee on Printing. MARCA 22, 1832.—Committee on Printing discharged, and referred to the Committee

on Ways and Means and ordered to be printed.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

January 25, 1882. SIE: I have the honor to transmit to the House of Representatives the fourth number of the Statistical Abstract of the United States, prepared by this department.

This abstract embraces tables in regard to finance, coinage, commerce, immigration, tonnage and navigation, education, the postal service, population, the public lands, railroads, agriculture, and mining. Very respectfully,

CHAS. J. FOLGER,

Secretary. Hon. J. W. KEIFER,

Speaker House of Representatives.
H. Ex. 133—1

No. 1.-AMOUNT of ESTIMATED and ACTUAL REVENUE and EXPENDITURE of the UNITED STATES each Fiscal

Year, from 1862 to 1882, inclusive.

[Prepared in the ofice of the Secretary of the Treasury.]
REVENUE.

EXPEXDITURE.
YEAR

Bxcess of
Estimatod

Payments
Receipts
ENDED

Excess or
Actually re-
JUNE 30- by the Secre-

More (+) or

Estimated by per capita

More (+) or

per capita

revenue over payments over
the Secretary or Actual payments. Iess (-) than es.
ceived into the less (-) than es-

payments.
tary of the
of popu-

of popu.

revenue. timate. Treasury.

timate. the Treasury. lation,

lation. Treasury,

Dollars.

Dollars. 422, 774, 157 82 602, 043, 434 22 600, 735, 569 76 963, 840, 619 33

1862 1863.. 1864. 1865. 1866 1867 1868 1869. 1870...... 1871 1872. 1873. 1874. 1875. 1876...... 1877 1878 1879. 1880 1881 1882.

Dollars. 64, 250,000 95, 800,000 223, 025, 000 201, 000, 000 396, 000, 000 396,000,000 436,000,000 381, 000, 000 327,000,000 393, 000, 000 320, 418, 000 359,000,000 320, 300,000 305, 700,000 293, 000, 000 304,000,000 270, 050,000 269, 250, 000 264, 500,000 288,000,000 350,000,000

Dollars.

Dollars. 51, 987, 661 09 12, 262, 338 91 112, 697, 290 95 + 16, 897, 290 95 264, 587, 072 21+ 41, 562, 072 21 333, 714, 605 08 +132, 714, 605 08 558, 032, 620 06 +162, 032, 620 06 490, 634, 010 27+ 94, 634, 010 27 405, 638, 083 32 30,361, 916 68 370, 943, 747 21 10, 056, 252 79 411, 255, 477 63 + 84, 255, 477 63 383, 323, 944 89 9, 676, 055 11 374. 106, 867 56 + 53, 688, 867 56 333, 738, 204 67 25, 261, 795 33 304,978, 756 06 15, 321, 243 94 288, 000, 051 10 17, 699, 948 90 294, 095, 865 28 + 1,095, 865 28 281, 406, 418 58 = 22, 593, 581 42 257, 763, 878 70 12, 286, 121 30 273, 827, 184 46 + 4,577, 184 46 333,526, 610 98 + 69, 026, 610 98 360, 782, 292 57 + 72, 782, 292 57

Dollars. Dollars.

Dollars.

Dollars.
1 59 68, 363, 726 11 *474, 761, 818 91 +406, 398, 092 80
3 38 475, 331, 245 51 *714, 740, 725 17 +239, 409, 479 66
7 77

1,095, 413, 183 56 *865, 322, 641 97 - 230, 090, 541 59
9 60 1, 151, 815, 088 86 *1, 297, 555, 224 41 +145, 740, 135 55
16 73 | 1, 168, 256, 005 17 *520, 809, 416 99 - 647, 446, 588 18
13 55 284, 317, 181 88 357, 542, 675 16 + 73, 225, 493 28
10 97 350.247, 641 32 377, 340, 284 86 + 27, 092, 643 54

9 82 372, 000, 000 00 322, 865, 277 80 49, 134, 722 20
10 67 303, 000, 000 00 309, 653, 560 75 + 6, 653, 560 75
9 69 291, 000, 000 00 292, 177, 188 25 + 1, 177, 188 25
9 21 280, 272, 386 61 277, 517, 962 67 2, 754, 423 94
8 00 273, 025, 773 99 290, 345, 245 33 + 17, 319, 471 34
7 13 257, 400, 000 00 302, 633, 873 76 + 45, 233, 873 76
6 54 289, 272, 144 00 274, 623, 392 84 14, 648, 751 16
6 52 272, 778, 000 00 265, 101, 084 59 7, 676, 915 41
6 07 269, 265, 000 00 241, 334, 474 86 27, 930, 525 14
5 37 243, 350, 704 00 236, 964, 326 80 6, 386, 377 20
5 54

243, 492, 751 34 266, 947, 883 53 + 23, 455, 132 19
6 65 236, 334, 912 68 267, 642, 957 78 + 31, 308, 045 10
7 01 238, 269, 138 67 260, 712, 887 59 + 22, 443, 748 92

259, 914, 882 08

Dollars.

14 52
21 42
25 42
37 34
14 68

9 87
10 21
8 55
8 03
7 39
6 83
6 96
7 07
6 23
5 87
5 21
4 94
5 40
5 34
5 07

37, 223, 203 07
133, 091, 335 11
28, 297, 798 46
48,078, 469 41
101, 601, 916 88
91, 146, 756 64
96, 588, 904 89
43, 392, 959 34

2, 344, 882 30
13, 376, 658 26
28, 994, 780 69
40,071, 943 72
20,799, 551 90

6, 879, 300 93
65, 883, 653 20
100, 069, 404 98

NOTE.—The amounts of estimated rerenue and expenditure given are those stated in the annual reports of the Secretary of the Treasury to Congress, prepared in each case aboat seven months prior to the commencement of the fiscal year for which the estimates were made. Amounts received upon loans, and payments upon account of the prin. (ipal of the public debt, are not included in this statement. * By warrante issued.

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